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Black History Month Events
General, Academics, Student Life

Celebrate Black History Month with Lindenwood. Various organizations across campus have scheduled special events in recognition of Black History Month. The Lindenwood Black Student Union (BSU) has made this year’s theme, Honoring the past and embracing the future. As part of Lindenwood’s commitment to embracing diversity, all events are open to the campus community and all are encouraged to participate.

Updated Campus Protocols - January 28

Lindenwood’s Executive Cabinet reviewed recommendations from the Pandemic Preparedness Task Force (PPT) and has issued updated guidance for the campus community, effective today, January 28.

Alpha Chi Pi Chapter Inducts Record Number of Students
General, Academics

On October 28, 2021, the Lindenwood chapter of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society inducted 114 students into the organization, a record-high number of inductees for the University.

MBA Program Ranked Fourth by St. Louis Business Journal
General, Academics, Plaster College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Lindenwood University’s MBA program has been ranked fourth by the St. Louis Business Journal on their 2021 list of St. Louis’ Largest MBA Programs. This ranking exemplifies Lindenwood’s mission and dedication to providing accessible education to all types of students.

Digital Humanities Awarded NEH Grant
General, Academics, College of Arts and Humanities

Lindenwood University has been awarded a federal planning grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in support of a regional digital humanities program involving institutions of higher education and secondary education institutions.

Limited On-Campus Operations Through January 7

Dr. John Porter announced that Lindenwood University will be limiting campus operations for the week of January 3-7, 2022. Essential employees will report to work as scheduled, and all non-essential employees will work remotely during this period.

Dr. John Porter Joins AGB Council of Presidents

Lindenwood University today announced that University President Dr. John Porter has been appointed to the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) Council of Presidents. The council leverages the experience, perspectives, and insights of its members with active leadership roles for the development of AGB expertise designed to strengthen strategic board governance across higher education.

Dr. Joe Sallustio Named Senior Vice President, Lindenwood Global
Academics, General

Part of the University’s five-year strategic plan, Lindenwood Global will create an online division that provides a personalized online educational experience, adaptable to students’ individual learning styles. Lindenwood Global will help students achieve their personal, academic, and professional outcomes.